Resources for Reopening
for LA Small Businesses
Roadmap to Recovery Guidance for LA Small Businesses
Webinar | Thursdays at 3pm | June 25 – July 16, 2020
A 4-part webinar series for restaurants, retail stores, salons, and offices, presented by the LA SBDC and the LA County Department of Consumer & Business Affairs.
Roadmap to Recovery – Guidance for LA Small Businesses
The LA SBDC is pleased to partner with LA County to detail reopening protocols and resources for small businesses.
THURSDAYS | 3PM
No cost to register
Each week in the 4-part series we’ll focus on a different business type, as follows:
- Restaurants – Thursday, June 25 | WATCH ARCHIVED RECORDING
- Retail – Thursday, July 2 | WATCH ARCHIVED RECORDING
- Hair Salons and Barbershops – Thursday, July 9
- Office-Based Worksites – Thursday, July 16
Three key takeaways:
- Increased understanding of the latest protocols and guidelines for safe reopening
- Your questions answered on current Los Angeles County Department of Public Health guidelines
- How to access free one-on-one assistance for your business on reopening strategies
Ernesto Bobadilla is the Business Development Manager at the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Business Affairs, Office of Small Business. Ernesto oversees the concierge service who assists entrepreneurs looking to open their first business, as well as existing businesses looking to grow, by providing counseling and resources available to help them reach their goals and navigate the complex regulations.
Ernesto also runs the newly opened Entrepreneur Center located in East Los Angeles. Prior to the County, Ernesto worked for over a decade as an International Sales Manager traveling extensively throughout Europe and Latin America, as well as living abroad, providing technical training and support to local small businesses who carried his company’s products.
This series is being offered by the Los Angeles Small Business Development Center Network and LA County Consumer & Business Affairs
The LA SBDC Business Advisors can help you navigate this crisis. Call us at 1-866-588-SBDC